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Eve Willis
Surrey, University of
A third year student studying Liberal Arts and Sciences. Currently living and working in Barcelona for my year abroad.
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It is not the first time the Incan ruins have been threatened, but this time it seems that over tourism is encroaching to breaking point.

Experts and locals warn that new Chinchero airport may destroy Machu Picchu

It is not the first time the Incan ruins have been threatened, but this time it seems that over tourism is encroaching to breaking point.

The philosophy stems from the fact that women feel safer when they are hosted by other women.

La Voyageuse: the French homestay network where women host solo female travellers for free

The philosophy stems from the fact that women feel safer when they are hosted by other women.

Very few are willing to sacrifice the ease and pleasure of cheap flights to reduce their carbon emissions.

How much does my budget air travel addiction really cost?

Very few are willing to sacrifice the ease and pleasure of cheap flights to reduce their carbon emissions.

Climb a ladder to a deserted cove or sunbathe surrounded by nesting turtles and flamingos.

The seven best beaches ranked by the world's travellers

Climb a ladder to a deserted cove or sunbathe surrounded by nesting turtles and flamingos.

Don't leave with only a small slice of the real Barça.

Five tourist traps in Barcelona and how to avoid them

Don't leave with only a small slice of the real Barça.

And it doesn’t mean you need to start sharing your showers...

How students can help save the world and their pennies

And it doesn’t mean you need to start sharing your showers...

As far-flung travel becomes the new norm, could the beaches of Southeast Asia begin to resemble the Costa del Sol?

Should Brits remain loyal to the tourist hot-spots of Europe or embrace a long-haul love affair?

As far-flung travel becomes the new norm, could the beaches of Southeast Asia begin to resemble the Costa del Sol?

The 16-year-old  has inspired over a million students worldwide to say 'enough is enough' to climate change.

Greta Thunberg nominated for Noble Peace Price

The 16-year-old has inspired over a million students worldwide to say 'enough is enough' to climate change.

Steps are being made to undo the devastation of colonialism.

Native Americans are bringing back the bison

Steps are being made to undo the devastation of colonialism.

It may be best to avoid May.
The capital managed to avert one of the biggest water crises so far this century.

What we can learn from Cape Town's drought

The capital managed to avert one of the biggest water crises so far this century.

Brexit shouldn't mean missing out on the backpacker's rite of passage.

Interrail 101: How to navigate Europe by rail after Brexit

Brexit shouldn't mean missing out on the backpacker's rite of passage.

These are the award-winning hostels which came out top in the annual HOSCARs.

Seven hostels backpackers think you should know about

These are the award-winning hostels which came out top in the annual HOSCARs.

'It's not just what they are telling you... it's the sounds, smells, landscape, time of day, brand of cigarettes...'

Monisha Rajesh: travelling the world by train

'It's not just what they are telling you... it's the sounds, smells, landscape, time of day, brand of cigarettes...'

There's evidence that we've been wrongly convinced that climate change is the responsibility of the individual.

A Consumer Conspiracy?

There's evidence that we've been wrongly convinced that climate change is the responsibility of the individual.

Most voluntourism programmes are designed first and foremost for the volunteer.

Why your plans to spend a summer working in an orphanage are most likely hindering and not helping

Most voluntourism programmes are designed first and foremost for the volunteer.

As winner of The National Student’s Travel Writer 2018 competition, Eve Willis spent her summer in the gritty, beach-fringed city of Port Elizabeth.

Experiencing the real South Africa as a volunteer in the township communities

As winner of The National Student’s Travel Writer 2018 competition, Eve Willis spent her summer in the gritty, beach-fringed city of Port Elizabeth.

Go old school and jump in the car for a holiday that won't break the bank.

Your Garden Route road trip: a 6-day itinerary

Go old school and jump in the car for a holiday that won't break the bank.

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